When relationships falter, this goes south. Couples resort to complaining and can’t find their way out. This holds the answer.Read More
Women have been taught to discount what and how we feel and that disconnect makes it hard to receive pleasure in our bodies. Sex & intimacy coach, Irene Fehr, explains a practice to help connect to your body and receive pleasure.Read More
Couples who find themselves in these patterns do not have a communication problem. They say plenty to each other when it comes to how the other person is to blame and what they're not getting.Read More
When couples fight, it's rarely about the topic. And it's rarely a mere exchange of words. We get activated by fear, our nervous system snaps into fight/flight mode, and we resort to our best-practiced and relational coping mechanism — the teenager response.Read More
If you as a woman do not experience spontaneous sexual desire, it does not mean there is something wrong with you. Learn about three things that keep women's libido low in a long-term relationship.Read More
If you're in the process of dating or starting a new relationship, you probably have a lot of questions about sex. When do I have it for the first time? How can I tell if we're compatible in bed and in relationship?Read More
As a coach who works with women and couples to create satisfying and nourishing sex lives, I can zero in on three top mistakes that couples make when it comes to sex — mistakes that lead to little or none of it.Read More
Kristin Walker of Mental Health Radio interviews Irene Fehr on what makes up the female libido and what couples need to know to create a deeper, lasting and satisfying sex life.
Listen to the podcast Understanding Female Libido: What Couples Need to Know.